Saturday, 7th March, 2 – 4pm
King Edward Hall, Lindfield
Whilst the vast majority of people nowadays train in and study Tai Chi for relaxation, increased flexibility, improved balance, etc – at its core, Tai Chi is a martial art.
Each move you make as you flow through a Tai Chi form has many martial applications – strikes, blocks, holds, locks, trips, throws…
This workshop will explore the often hidden – or just not known – element of Tai Chi: how it works as a martial art.
Now, don’t worry and think that this is just for a select few students who will spend two hours inflicting pain and damage on each other!
This is a workshop for all students of Tai Chi (or even those new to the art) to delve a little deeper into their studies of Tai Chi, understand what the moves more, gain insights into the essence of each move – and have some fun at the same time.
This is the second martial tai chi workshop and for those in attendance at the previous one last year, we’ll be building on and refining what was learnt there
Early Bird Discount
The cost of the workshop is £20 if booked before 7th February.
After this date, the cost is £25.
Advanced payment secures your place.
If for whatever reason, you have to cancel, refunds are only given if the place can be re-sold.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org – to book your spot.
Early booking is recommended as these events usually sell out.